Author : Manikanta V 1
Date of Publication :10th February 2021
Abstract: Language is essential through communicate the people for their feelings, thoughts and ideas. Language is one type of system to conventional spoken, set of sounds and written symbols. In our country is diversity of cultural, social, religious, economical, political, traditional and number of variety is more compare to any other country. The number of language divided into scheduled language, non scheduled language and other minor languages. In Indian language are classified into 121 languages from the included constitution eighth schedule 22 languages and non eighth schedule 99 languages. Based on Census of population can be easily visualize the data how language families are distributed, scheduled languages and comparative analysis explored effective and efficient manner using Visual analytic tools.
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